A recent episode of South Park lampooned Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, focusing on their desire to have “private” lives. The parody was of some sort of Canadian talk show where Meghan and Harry came out from backstage with “protest” signs decrying their desire for privacy. Already, there is a clear contradiction because they are on television asking for privacy. Then, throughout the parody interview, the host asked very interesting questions that further exposed the hypocritical nature of Meghan and Harry wanting privacy while gaining all the attention that they possibly can at the very same time.
Reports swirled that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hated the episode about them. These same reports also state that the ex-royals have threatened to sue South Park over the representation because it was so… “bad”. The online magazine “People” cites a source close to the pair and debunks the allegations of a pending lawsuit.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Not Suing Over South Park Episode
South Park: Meghan Markle said to be ‘upset’ by ‘brutal’ depiction | The Independent
Meghan Markle ‘needs a win’ amid negative ‘South Park’ portrayal, legal war with estranged half sister: expert | Fox News
Meghan Markle ‘upset and overwhelmed’ by ‘South Park’ episode
‘South Park’ rips into Harry and Meghan in latest episode | The Times of Israel
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle deny suing over ‘South Park’ portrayal